Friday, May 24, 2013

Louisiana photographer Eric Waters

"The Opera Pears," by photographer Eric Waters, a New Orleans artist who lost his life's work in Hurricane Katrina.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

New York artist Arthur Sarnoff 1912-2000

On the Hill
Sarnoff was a successful commercial artist during the great age of print advertising and illustration.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Postcard from Scottish photographer/historian Michael J. Murphy

"Hi Teresa,
I recently spent a few weeks in Kintail and Skye and am, at this moment, working on some images, two of which I attach. Bla-bheinn, Isle of Skye, is one of my favourite mountains in the Cuillins - perpetually changing, so as to accommodate the moods of the Atlantic Ocean. I also photographed some Highland cattle near Elgol, Skye, on the same day. These are beautiful, even-tempered animals, native to the Island."

You can find Michael's work at

Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Little Art Theatre, Yellow Springs, Ohio

The theatre is going from celluloid to digital.

When I lived near Yellow Springs in the 1970s, the Little Art Theatre served tea and cookies in its small lobby, and donations were left in an unattended, handwoven basket. The theatre was packed with colorful people and there was always great chatter. My gang rarely knew what movie was showing, or what it was about (we didn't plan ahead, we just showed up), and we saw some pretty avant garde stuff. One of most interesting films I ever saw there was Eraserhead. It's indescribable, unforgettable — and it's not for everyone — but I was able to see it because of a small art film house in central Ohio. Many of these powerful  films provoked thought and helped structure my world view. The Little Art Theatre was integral to Yellow Springs and Antioch, and brought international culture to the area. I don't know if they still serve tea and cookies there, but I am sure it functions the same as it did back then. Great art films continue to be made, and minds are challenged, and free thought never goes out of style. Count The Little Art Theatre among your favorite things and donate today.

To donate, or for more information about renovations and improvements, go here: